José Santa Lozano - Biography

José Santa received in (1999-)2004 the M.S. degree (5-year) in Computer Engineering at the University of Murcia, Spain; in 2008 he received the M.S. degree in Advanced Information and Telematics Technologies; in 2009 he obtained his PhD in Computer Science at University of Murcia. A great part of his research work, both before and after his PhD, is about intelligent transportation systems, mobile communications, next-generation networks, cyber-physical systems and Internet of Things (IoT), with special emphasis on real prototypes and evaluation. He has been part of international and national projects, such as the EU GIROADS, ITSSv6, FOTsis, 5G-MOBIX, 5GINFIRE, and the Spanish OASIS, TIMI, m:Via and S-CICLO, among others. He has been granted by the BBVA Foundation with a Leonardo project. Moreover, he has been part of the COST actions ARTS and WISE-ACT, in the last one as member of the management committee. He is a regular participant on international conferences, and he has published works in high impact journals about his research. He is a regular member of relevant international committees in conferences and impact journals in the area. Currently he is a Senior Research Fellow (Ramón y Cajal) at Department of Electronics, Computer Technology and Projects, at Technical University of Cartagena.